The Five Towns Inn
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... lucky Linda's not a shopper. Onto Times Square to fight our way through the ticket sellers & tourists & wondering whether to join the queue to buy Broadway tickets. Linda didn't seem that keen & I didn't argue so we ventured on. Had heard that the locals avoid Times Square like the plague & I could understand why. Found our way to the Rockefeller Centre & took the ride to the top - 67th floor- for a 360 degree view of the city. The map of ...
... to the action. The support clearly helps as Fognini fights his way to a fourth, then fifth set. Nadal is uncharacteristically flustered and Fognini is playing a bit over his head, so they trade breaks. At 1:30, the battle finally comes to its conclusion with Fognini reaching the fourth round for the first time. What a treat for everyone who stayed to the end. Don't know if this match will be topped for the rest of the tournament. 2:45, and I finally step into the ...
... the Brooklyn bridge. INCREDIBLE pizza. So good. Food coma good. Luckily, we had a bit of a walk back to Manhattan to help us digest it. Beautiful views as we walked back over the Brooklyn Bridge. A bit of shopping and walking around Manhattan before catching the bus for the night tour. The city is truly stunning by night! To see the skyline from Brooklyn, all lit up- ...
... end- John Lennons building, Lincoln center etc and the north end - The Bronx and Harlem etc. Which I so cleverly observed with my eyes shut! We got off at a stop outside our hotel building; changed into dresses etc and went and watched Matilda on BROADWAY!!!!!!!!!! It was awesome to see and very entertaining (the second included for the guy behind me who was quite over exaggerated in his laughter). After ...
... varieties of tea. We walked through St Mark's, via a fascinating furniture store, to an italian restaurant. We had a glass of wine and some crostini here and left about 6.
By this time I was getting a bit chilly - I was only wearing a t-shirt - so we decided to head back to the hotel and, at this point, take a cab to the airport. We had planned to leave at 7.30, so we would be an ...